The striations seen in skeletal muscle cells under the microscope are what part of the sarcomere?
I bands, Z lines and A bands
The myofilament that can be described as a globular protein stung together like beads to form two interwined strands is:
The myofilament that can be described as bundled golf clubs with their heads sticking out from the bundle is:
After it is released form the sarcoplasmic reticulm the calcium combines with which protein?
This part of the sarcomere stays almost the same size during contraction.
Which of the following is not an end product of the breakdown of ATP?
A) An inorganic phosphate
B) Energy that can be used in muscle contraction
D) All of the above are end products of the breakdown of ATP